It is nighttime. Karim is dressed in a black and white Japanese robe. He dances.

Karim says, IT'S DAY FOUR OF FIVE IN JAPAN, AND AS YOU CAN SEE, WE'RE FESTIVAL READY. IS STORMZY HERE?

A narrow street is lined with dancing people. Karim takes a few steps and claps.

Sol says, NO!

Karim says, DOESN'T MATTER. WELCOME TO A WEEK TO BEAT THE WORLD!

(Music playing)

Karim says, THESE KIDS ARE LITERALLY AT THE TOP OF THEIR GAME.

(Music playing)

Children smile.

Karim narrates, THESE KIDS ARE LITERALLY AT THE TOP OF THEIR GAME.

Children compete in different sports.

Camille narrates, THEY'RE SOME OF THE FASTEST, STRONGEST, MOST SPORTINGEST KIDS IN THE COUNTRY.

Karim says, RUGBY.

A child with short curly hair runs with a ball.

A caption reads: Franc, 13

Karim says, ATHLETICS.

A young teen with blonde hair runs while pulling a parachute.

A caption reads: Alesha, 15

Karim says, AMERICAN FOOTBALL.

A young teen in a football uniform is tackled by another young teen.

A caption reads: Reef, 14

Camille says, BOXING.

A child with braided light brown hair is in a boxing ring.

A caption reads: Jocelynn, 12

Camille says, GYMNASTICS.

A child in shorts tumbles on a mat.

A caption reads: Sol, 12

Camille says, HORSE-RIDING.

A young teen rides a horse as it jumps.

A caption reads: Neisha, 14

Camille says, AND RUNNING.

A young teen in a red jacket with light brown hair runs over a green meadow.

A caption reads: Neisha, 14

Karim says, AND THEY'RE TAKING THEIR SKILLS ACROSS THE WORLD.

Text reads: Brazil. Kenya. Mongolia. Malaysia. Guatemala. Japan.

Karim says, I'VE GOT THE BOYS' TEAM.

Camille says, AND I'VE GOT THE GIRLS'.

Alesha hits sticks with a young teen in a red poncho.

Camille shouts, GET HIM, ALESHA!

Karim says, AND THEY'RE TRAVELLING...

A child cries, VAMOS!

Camille says, TO THE FURTHEST CORNERS OF THE EARTH...

Camille is on a horse.

Camille says, TO TEST THEIR SPORTING SKILLS AGAINST LOCALS...

Karim says, AND COMPETING IN SPORTS THEY'VE NEVER DREAMED OF TRYING.

Franc says, I'VE NEVER SEEN A SPORT LIKE IT.

Karim asks, HOW WILL THEY MEASURE UP WITH JUST A WEEK TO BEAT THE WORLD?

A man says, GO, GO, GO, GO, GO.

Camille says, THE GIRLS HAVE GOT THIS.

Karim shouts, NO WAY! THE BOYS HAVE GOT THIS!

The girls’ team wears traditional Kenyan clothing.

Girls cheer WHOO!

The boys’ team put their hands in for a cheer with a dark-haired man in a patterned shirt.

(Speaking local language)

A graphic shows a colourful globe.

A title reads: A Week to Beat the World

(Music playing)

Forested mountains are above a city.

Camille says, GIFU, JAPAN. AND AMERICAN FOOTBALLER REEF, GYMNAST SOL, AND RUGBY PLAYER FRANC HAVE BEEN GIVEN A MOUNTAIN TO CLIMB, WITH A MERE FIVE DAYS TO LEARN AND COMPETE IN SUMO.

Two sumo wrestlers grapple in a circle.

Camille says, YESTERDAY, REEF CAME DOWN WITH ILLNESS.

Reef has curly brown hair. He wears a headband with Japanese characters on it.

Reef says, YEAH, I WAS REALLY ILL YESTERDAY. I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT I WAS GOING TO DO.

Camille says, SOL CAME UP SOME TREACHEROUS RAPIDS...

Sol slips in water.

(Sol yelping)

Karim says, THE ONE THING ABOUT SOL IS, HE WILL NEVER GIVE UP.

Camille says, WHILE FRANC HELD STEADY UNDER A WATERFALL TO WIN PLAYER OF THE DAY. THANKFULLY, REEF'S BACK ON HIS FEET...

Reef plays basketball outside. He sinks a basket.

Franc says, AND IT'S IN!

Camille says, WHICH IS A RELIEF, BECAUSE ALL THREE BOYS WILL NEED TO BE FIT TO TAKE ON THE LOCALS IN A FIERCELY CONTESTED SUMO TOURNAMENT TOMORROW.

The boys wrestle in the circle.

(Shouting in Japanese, English)

Camille says, AND IT'S ABOUT TIME TO RETURN TO THE DOHYO FOR A VITAL LAST DAY OF TOUGH TRAINING...

Two wrestlers are in the ring.

Karim says, WHOA.

Camille says, BEFORE THE BIG EVENT. TODAY, IT'S ALL ABOUT BODY POSITIONING, A KEY PART OF SUMO. SO FAR THIS WEEK, OUR BOYS HAVE EACH WON PLAYER OF THE DAY. BUT WHO IS IN POLE POSITION TO BE CAPTAIN?

Franc says, THANK YOU.

Karim and Sensei stand by a large wooden pole. A wrestler pushes against it.

Karim says, EH, COME IN, GUYS.

Camille says, SPEAKING OF POLES, THEIR FIRST OPPONENT IS SOMETHING EVEN MORE SOLID THAN A SUMO WRESTLER.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

A translator says, THIS IS CALLED TEPPO. THIS IS FOR BUILDING UP MUSCLES AND STRENGTH IN YOUR ARMS FOR SUMO.

Sensei demonstrates a position.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

The translator says, FIRST, YOU BRING IN YOUR FOOT AND YOUR HAND AT THE SAME TIME.

The boys mimic the movement.

Sol says, OH.

Camille narrates, THE BOYS ARE ALREADY GETTING THE HANG OF THE BODY POSITIONING.

(Grunting)

Karim says, SO, IT'S REALLY CRUCIAL WHERE YOU PUT YOUR HAND AND YOUR FOOT AND YOUR HEAD, TO BE FAIR, BECAUSE IF YOU DON'T LEARN THIS, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO PUSH ANY SUMO OUT OF THE DOJO. LET'S GO, SOL!

Sol puts two hands on the pole.

Franc says, GO, SOL.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei says, OKAY, OKAY, OKAY. OKAY, GOOD. OKAY.

Karim says, NICE WORK, SOL. REALLY GOOD FLOW AND GOOD RHYTHM.

(Music playing)

Sol tumbles in a gym.

Camille narrates. AS A NATIONAL VAULT CHAMPION, SOL IS USED TO THROWING HIMSELF INTO NEW TECHNIQUES AND LEARNING CRUCIAL BODY POSITIONING. SO TODAY'S TRAINING SHOULD COME NATURALLY.

Sol says, AFTER A FEW PRACTICES, I THINK I GOT THE HANG WITH THE COORDINATION.

Sensei says, OH, OKAY, NICE, NICE, NICE. FRANC, FRANC.

Franc steps up to the pole.

Kari says, SUMO SQUAT, FRANC.

Franc squats. He brings one hand and one leg forward.

Sensei says, OKAY. OH!

Sensei adjusts Franc’s position.

Karim says, NICE.

Camille says, RUGBY PLAYER FRANC'S NOT QUITE SURE HOW TO TACKLE THIS ONE.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Franc says, AH, YEAH. ALL THAT COORDINATION WAS VERY HARD TO MASTER.

Franc presses against the pole.

Sensei says, OKAY. OKAY.

Karim says, TO BRING THE SAME FOOT BACK AS YOUR HAND. SO IT'S A BIT LIKE WALKING WITH THE SAME HAND TO LEG. SO A BIT COMPLICATED.

Reef steps forward.

Camille says, THIS IS THE FIRST TIME REEF'S BEEN BACK IN ACTION SINCE HIS DAY OFF ILL YESTERDAY.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

(Music playing)

Reef is in a football uniform.

Camille narrates, AS A QUARTERBACK IN AMERICAN FOOTBALL, IT'S ALL ABOUT GETTING INTO THE RIGHT POSITION TO MAKE A SPLIT-SECOND PASS. BUT WILL IT BE EASY FOR REEF TO PASS THE TEST OF SUMO? SEE WHAT I DID THERE?

Reef pushes against the pole.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Karim says, REEF HAS THE PERFECT POSITION. A LOT OF POWER BEHIND THE HANDS. LAST ONE! BIG! HEY! NICE WORK, REEF.

Sensei says, NICE!

Karim says, HE'S LOOKING REALLY STRONG.

Sensei says, NICE, NICE. OKAY, NICE.

(Clapping)

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Karim says, LET'S TAKE IT TO THE RING!

(Gonging)

Two wrestlers charge at each other.

(Grunting)

(Drumbeats)

Camille narrates, THE BOYS MUST PUT WHAT THEY'VE LEARNED INTO PRACTICE WITH SUMO COACH TATSUSHI SHIMAJIRI. AND WHO BETTER TO START THAN THE SMALLEST ONE?

Sensei says, SOL.

Karim says, COME ON, SOL, MOVE IT.

Sol says, THIS IS GOING TO BE LIKE DAVID AND GOLIATH.

Sol steps into the ring. Tatsushi has black hair and long sideburns. He crouches to face Sol.

Sensei says, OKAY. OKAY, OH!

Sol rushes forward and pushes at Tatsushi.

Karim says, YES, SOL!

Tatsushi steps back out of the ring.

Franc says, YES, SOL.

Sensei says, OH.

Karim says, NICE WORK, BRO.

Sol says, IT WAS A BIT WEIRD PUSHING SOMEONE 10 TIMES MY SIZE. BUT IT WAS REALLY COOL, BECAUSE I GOT ALL MY AGGRESSION OUT AND REALLY WENT FOR IT.

Franc bows to Tatsushi.

Sensei says, LET'S GO. WHOA!

Franc charges Tatsushi.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Tatsushi and Franc straighten up.

Franc says, YEAH, I GOT MY HEAD IN THE WRONG POSITION.

Camille says, FRANC SEEMS TO BE STRUGGLING WITH HIS POSITION. HE'S A BIT MORE SCRUM THAN SUMO.

Karim says, WHAT HE NEEDS TO BE DOING IS THE SUMO SQUAT, WHERE YOUR FEET ARE PARALLEL TO YOU OPPONENT.

Franc says, YEAH, REMEMBER I'M TOLD TO GET LOWER, SO IT WAS A LOT TO TRY AND CHANGE.

Sensei says, GO.

Franc pushes at Tatsushi.

Sensei says, OKAY! OKAY, OKAY, OKAY, OKAY, OKAY.

(Drumbeats)

Reef bows.

Reef says, I WAS ACTUALLY PRETTY INTIMIDATED TO START WITH.

(Music playing)

Reef crouches in the ring.

Camille says, NO POSITIONING PROBLEMS FOR REEF.

Reef says, I WAS ALSO THE ONLY ONE THAT STARTED WITH THEIR FEET STRAIGHT, BECAUSE I KNEW THAT FRANC AND SOL WERE PUTTING THEIR BACK FOOT BEHIND.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei says, GO!

Reef rushes at Tatsushi. He pushes Tatsushi backwards.

(Grunting)

(Clapping)

Sensei says, OKAY!

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Karim says, OH, YOU BOYS ARE LOOKING WICKED NOW, YOU KNOW.

(Phone chiming)

Karim checks a phone.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Karim asks, WHAT NOW, CAMILLE?

Camille is on the phone’s screen. She has long dark hair.

Camille says, ALRIGHT, TWINKLE TOES. SINCE YOU'RE A BIT OF A BIG DEAL IN THE DANCE WORLD--

Karim says, THANK YOU.

Camille says, YOU GET TO BUST SOME MOVES JAPANESE STYLE. THERE'S A LADY WAITING TO TEACH YOU SOME TRADITIONAL DANCE MOVES. BUT YOU BETTER BE PAYING ATTENTION. YOU NEED TO TEACH THEM TO THE BOYS LATER. GO ON. GET A MOVE ON.

Karim says, BOYS, I'LL SEE YOU IN A BIT! I'VE GOT SOMETHING TO DO! SEE YOU IN A BIT! TAKE CARE!

(Music playing)

Camille says, WHILE THE BOYS BUST THEIR GUTS IN THE RING...

Sensei says, OKAY!

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Camille says, KARIM IS BUSTING A MOVE TO MEET THE LOCAL DANCE EXPERT.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

People walk in an outdoor market.

Camille narrates, LATER TODAY, OUR BOYS ARE GOING TO GUJO TO BE PART OF ONE OF JAPAN'S MOST IMPORTANT FESTIVALS, CALLED OBON. AND DANCING IS A REALLY BIG PART OF IT.

Karim rides in a bus.

Camille says, SO KARIM NEEDS TO LEARN SOME NEW MOVES FROM ESTEEMED DANCE INSTRUCTOR YOKO MASUDA TO PASS ON TO THEM.

A middle-aged woman in a blue and white kimono bows.

Karim says, HEY.

Yoko says, KONICHIWA.

Karim says, LOVELY TO MEET YOU. I'M KARIM. I NEED TO LEARN A TRADITIONAL JAPANESE DANCE TO TEACH MY BOYS, AND I REALLY NEED TO DO IT WELL. CAN YOU HELP ME OUT? I HEARD YOU'RE THE BEST DANCER IN TOWN.

(Yoko speaking Japanese)

Yoko and Karim bow to each other.

Camille says, VERY CHA-CHA-CHARMING, KARIM.

Karim says, SO, YOU PROBABLY KNOW THIS, BUT BACK IN THE UK, I'M KIND OF A BIG DEAL. BIG DANCER. STRICTLY, 2K19.

Camille says, BUT HE DOESN'T LIKE TO TALK ABOUT IT. KARIM IS GOING TO BE TAUGHT A DANCE CALLED THE KAWASAKI.

(Yoko speaking Japanese)

Yoko moves her hands and claps.

Karim says, OKAY.

(Yoko speaking Japanese)

Both say, CHO, CHO.

Yoko says, HAI.

(Clapping)

Karim says, SQUASH IT. SQUASH IT. SQUASH THE BUG.

Camille says, I DON'T KNOW ABOUT SQUASHING IT. I WONDER IF HE CAN NAIL IT.

Karim steps forward, raising one hand and then the other.

Karim says, HEY, HUP. HEY, HUP. HEY, HUP.

Karim moves his hands.

Karim says, MOUNTAIN. I'M A RIVER.

Camille says, HE'S MAKING IT UP AS HE GOES ALONG!

Yoko smiles.

Karim says, I'M A SQUIRREL. I PUT A BIT OF A KARIM TWIST ON IT. I ADDED THE SQUIRREL.

Camille says, WHILE KARIM SQUIRRELS AWAY WITH THE ROUTINE, THE BOYS ARE GETTING SOME SERIOUS TRAINING IN WITH THE LOCALS BACK AT THE DOHYO.

Sol wrestles with a boy.

Franc says, NICE, SOL!

Camille says, FRANC IS HOPING TO GET NOTICED.

Sensei says, NICE!

Franc says, YEAH, I WAS AWARE THAT SENSEI WAS WATCHING AND LOOKING AT ALL MY DIFFERENT MOVES AND HOW I WAS DOING.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei says, NICE. OKAY, OKAY, OKAY, GOOD.

Franc and young teen wrestle.

Camille says, REEF IS ALSO GETTING REALLY STUCK IN.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Reef pushes and pulls at a teen wrestler.

Sensei says, OKAY.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei says, OKAY!

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Reef says, I THINK SENSEI NOTICED HOW GOOD I GOT ON. AND I FEEL LIKE I'M READY TO GO TOMORROW.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei says, OKAY. NICE, NICE, NICE, NICE.

(Music playing)

Karim moves next to Yoko.

Camille says, BACK WITH THE DANCE INSTRUCTOR, KARIM HAS WORKED OUT A WAY TO REMEMBER THE MOVES BY GIVING THEM HIS OWN INTERESTING NAMES.

Karim moves his arms.

Karim says, BIRD HUT. SO, TO CLARIFY, THREE ROBOT MOONS. ROBOT MOON. PIANO. OOH, LITTLE BIRD HUT. TWEET, TWEET!

Karim stands on one foot.

Karim says, OH, I LIKE THIS ONE. WHAT CAN I CALL THIS?

(Yoko speaking Japanese)

Karim says, THIS IS...

Camille says, HE'S JUST RUN OUT OF NAMES.

Karim says, THIS IS JUST CALLED THE POSITION.

(Yoko speaking Japanese)

Karim says, LET'S REWIND.

Camille announces, AND NOW, DANCING THE KAWASAKI IS HOST OF A WEEK TO BEAT THE WORLD-- WELL, ONE OF THEM-- KARIM ZEROUAL!

Karim steps forward while lifting his arms.

Karim says, ROBOT MOON. ROBOT MOON. ROBOT MOON. STEP, PIANO. STEP, STEP, PIANO. WHAT'S THAT? TWEET, TWEET! WELCOME TO THE STAGE. CHO, CHO. WHAT'S THAT? IT'S A FLY. ROBOT MOON. WHOA.

Karim starts doing break dance moves.

Camille says, UH-OH! TAXI FOR KARIM!

Karim says, WHOA. WHOA. WHOA.

Karim jumps and poses on one hand.

Karim says, WHOA!

Yoko claps.

Karim says, STOP IT.

Camille says, NO, REALLY. STOP IT. AFTER A HEAVY FINAL DAY OF TRAINING, THE BOYS HAVE COME TO MEET KARIM IN GUJO, WHERE TONIGHT'S FESTIVAL, CALLED THE OBON, WILL BE HELD. AND IT'S TIME TO GET DRESSED FOR THE OCCASION.

Karim leads the boys into a store.

Karim says, KONICHIWA!

Camille narrates, THEY'RE BEING FITTED FOR THE YUKATA BY SHOPKEEPER KAYOKO ISHIYAMA.

(Speaking Japanese)

Camille says, THE YUKATA IS A JAPANESE GARMENT, KIND OF LIKE A KIMONO, TRADITIONALLY WORN AT OUTDOOR SUMMER EVENTS.

Kayoko slips a black and white yukata over Sol’s t-shirt. She adjusts it.

Kayoko says, THIS WAY.

She waves a sleeve.

(All laughing)

Franc is in a blue and white yukata.

Franc says, I GOT THE PENGUIN ONE! YES! REEF, YOU SUIT THAT SO MUCH.

Reef is in a black and white yukata.

Karim says, YEAH, YOU DO.

Camille says, THEY'VE GOT THE THREADS, AND NOW, SENSEI HAS BROUGHT THE SHOES.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei holds wooden raised sandals.

Karim says, OOH.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Camille says, EVERYONE KNOWS YOU CAN'T WEAR YOUR YUKATA WITHOUT YOUR GETA, THESE WOODEN SANDALS. BEFORE THEY PUT THOSE ON, I HOPE THEY'VE GOT THEIR DANCING SHOES READY, AS IT'S TIME FOR KARIM TO TEACH THE BOYS THE DANCE FOR THE FESTIVAL.

(Music playing)

Karim, Sensei and the boys are in a studio.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

The translator says, TODAY, WE'RE GOING TO DO A BON ODORI. THAT'S AN OBON DANCE WHICH WILL CONNECT TO THE KIND OF RHYTHM AND BALANCE THAT WE NEED IN SUMO.

Karim says, ALRIGHT, I'VE GIVEN EACH MOVE A NAME. ROBOT MOON. PIANO, TOGETHER. BIRD HUT. WELCOME TO THE STAGE. CHO, CHO, OOH. CATCH THE FLY.

(Sensei laughing)

Karim says, I'M CRACKING SENSEI UP, YOU KNOW.

Camille narrates, THE BOYS HAVE GOT THE HANG OF THE ROUTINE. BUT KARIM IS NOT GOING TO LEAVE IT AT THAT, IS HE?

Karim asks, YEAH. RIGHT, WE GOT IT?

Sol says, YES.

Karim says, YEAH, OKAY, WELL, WE'RE GOING TO FIND OUT HOW WELL YOU HAVE IT, BECAUSE I'M GOING TO BLINDFOLD YOU. HERE.

The boys say, OH!

The boys pull headbands over their eyes.

Karim says, OKAY, READY? BIRD HUT. WELCOME TO THE STAGE. ROBOT MOON.

The boys move their arms.

(Karim laughing)

Karim says, PIANO.

(Sensei laughing)

Franc bumps into another person.

Camille says, FRANC HAS ALREADY HAD A COLLISION.

Karim says, CATCH THE FLY. CATCH THE FLY AGAIN.

Camille says, WATCH THAT BIG POLE, FRANC.

Karim says, CATCH THE FLY AGAIN.

Franc bumps into a pole.

Camille says, YOU'RE DONE WITH THE POLE TRAINING NOW!

Karim says, WELL DONE! YOU DID REALLY WELL, THOUGH, BOYS. YOU REMEMBERED THE MOVES. LET'S GO HIT THE FESTIVAL!

Sensei says, YEAH.

Karim says, YEAH.

Both say, YEAH.

Karim says, EVERYBODY!

Camille says, DANCE PRACTICE OVER, AND IT'S TIME TO PARTY!

It is nighttime. The boys walk onto a busy pedestrian street. People clap and sing.

(Singing in Japanese)

Karim asks, SHALL WE TRY AND JOIN IN?

Franc and Sol say, YEAH.

Karim says, ALRIGHT.

Camille narrates, THE OBON FESTIVAL IS A JAPANESE BUDDHIST CUSTOM WHICH HONOURS ANCESTRAL SPIRITS AND HAS BEEN CELEBRATED FOR 500 YEARS.

(Karim singing gibberish)

Camille says, EACH YEAR, THE FESTIVAL LASTS FOR THREE DAYS, AND A KEY PART OF IT, OF COURSE, DANCING.

Karim says, WICKED.

Camille says, AND SINCE DANCING IS ALL ABOUT BODY POSITIONING, THIS IS ALSO USEFUL TRAINING FOR SUMO.

Sol says, I'VE NEVER SEEN THE ENTIRE TOWN DO THE SAME DANCE MOVE. IT'S LIKE EVERYONE'S IN SYNC, AND THEY ALL CLAP TOGETHER. AND THE MUSIC'S AMAZING. I LOVED IT.

Karim and the boys dance.

Karim asks, HAVE YOU SEEN HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE ON IT?

Sol says YEAH.

Karim says, IT'S GOING FOR MILES! YOU CAN'T SEE THE END! WHAT'S THAT IN THE MIDDLE? THAT'S WHERE THE MUSIC'S COMING FROM!

(Singing in Japanese)

A white-haired man sings into a microphone.

People dance in a double line on the street.

Reef says, I ENJOYED IT SO MUCH. IT WAS BY FAR ONE OF THE BEST THINGS I'VE EVER DONE IN MY LIFE.

(Singing in Japanese)

Karim says, SWELL, ISN'T IT?

Sol sings and dances.

Camille says, AFTER THE BOYS HAVE ALL DANCED THEIR GETA SANDALS OFF, IT'S TIME TO REFLECT ON THEIR LAST DAY BEFORE THE BIG TOURNAMENT.

(People cheering, whistling)

Karim and Sensei sit on steps with the boys.

Karim asks, HOW AMAZING WAS THE FESTIVAL? AND NO WORD OF A LIE, I WAS SO IMPRESSED WITH YOU GUYS IN THE DOJO AGAINST COACH TATSUSHI. YOU GENUINELY LOOK LIKE YOU CAN COMPETE TOMORROW IN THE TOURNAMENT. SENSEI, THEY DID REALLY WELL. HOW DID SOL DO TODAY?

Sensei says, HAI.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

The translator says, EVERYBODY DID A GREAT JOB TODAY. SOL, I WAS REALLY IMPRESSED WITH YOUR WORK ON THE TEPPO, THE BIG WOODEN COLUMN.

Sol pushes on the column.

Sensei says, OKAY, GOOD.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

The translator says, FRANC HAS ALWAYS HAD AN AMAZING SENSE OF SPEED WITH EVERYTHING HE DOES.

Franc rushes forward in the wrestling ring.

Sensei says, WHOA! OH.

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

The translator says, I'D SAY REEF REALLY STOOD OUT. HE SHOWED A LOT OF STRENGTH TODAY.

Reef wrestles in the ring.

(Grunting)

Sensei says, OKAY! OH.

Karim turns to Sensei on the steps.

Karim asks, SO, YOU KNOW THE DRILL. WHO IS PLAYER OF THE DAY, SENSEI?

(Sensei speaking Japanese)

Sensei moves his hand.

Karim says, OH...

Sensei says, REEF.

Karim says, REEF!

(Clapping)

Camille says, IT'S REEF'S SECOND PLAYER OF THE DAY AWARD! AND IT'S AN EPIC ACHIEVEMENT, GIVEN THAT HE WAS SICK AND MISSED A WHOLE DAY OF TRAINING.

Karim says, SENSEI, SO, WE NEED A CAPTAIN TO LEAD OUR TEAM TO VICTORY. WHO COULD THAT BE? WHO'S BEEN OVERALL REALLY GOOD THIS WEEK? AND WHO DO YOU THINK IS THE BEST WHO CAN LEAD OUR TEAM?

Camille asks, WHICH OF OUR BOYS WILL GET THE ULTIMATE HONOUR?

Sensei says, REEF.

Karim says, YES!

(Clapping)

Reef says, OH, IT FEELS AWESOME GOOD TO BE CAPTAIN, ESPECIALLY BECAUSE I HAVEN'T BEEN IT YET.

Karim says, I THINK WE'VE GOT A VERY GOOD CAPTAIN, A VERY STRONG CAPTAIN. AND YOU'VE ALL BEEN CAPTAIN.

Franc says, I 100 PERCENT THINK CAPTAINCY WENT TO THE RIGHT PERSON. REEF IS AMAZING AT SUMO WRESTLING AND A BRILLIANT LEADER.

Karim says, SO, TOMORROW, IT'S THE BIG DAY. IT'S MATCH DAY. READY TO SUMO?

The boys say, YES.

Karim shouts, SUMO WRESTLE!

The boys say, YES.

(Music playing)

CAMILLE says, NEXT TIME, ON THE FINAL DAY IN JAPAN...

Karim and the boys cheer.

(All shouting)

Camille says, IT'S JUDGEMENT DAY FOR THE BOYS AS THEY BATTLE TO BEAT THE LOCAL WRESTLERS IN AN EPIC SUMO TOURNAMENT.

Sol says, MY AGGRESSION HAS BEEN BUILDING UP DURING THE WEEK, AND I'M READY TO LET IT OUT.

Karim says, GO ON, SOL, PUSH!

(Sensei shouting in Japanese)

Fireworks explode in the night sky.

(Popping)

The boys wrestle.

(Men, boys shouting)

Karim says, YES, GO! GET ANGRY, BRO!

(Sensei shouting in Japanese)

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